New Scotland home strip revealed for Euro 2020 campaign
The national side will wear the new kit in Thursday's friendly against Netherlands.
The Scottish FA have revealed the new home kit Scotland will wear for their Euro 2020 campaign.
The dark blue top, white shorts and red socks will be worn by the national side in Thursday's friendly against Netherlands at Pittodrie.
It replaces the 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign strip which proved problematic on some occasions.
Teams must have one dark and one light kit because if either causes confusion with the opposition, in Scotland's case white sleeves against a team wearing a predominantly white top, then the reverse strip has to be worn.
This happened when Scotland faced England and Slovakia both home and away in their bid to reach Russia next summer.
Supporters reacted warmly to the idea of such a simplistic kit when images of a similar prototype were leaked online last week.
The kit goes on sale on Tuesday ahead of the friendly later in the week.